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Andrey Baummeister, PhD, associate professor, Faculty of Philosophy, Shevchenko National University, Kiev, Ukraine
Theme: “Secularization and Legitimacy of the Modern”

Olga Breskaya, Candidate of Sociological Sciences, leader of the research department, European Humanitarian University, Minsk, Belarus
Theme: “How Can Religion ‘Become Public’ in Eastern Europe?”

Anatoly Denisenko, lecturer, Ukrainian Evangelical Theological seminary, Kiev, Ukraine
Theme: “Rethinking of the Secular Reason in the Context of Criticism against the Enlightenment Project”

Anastasia Domanskaya, post-graduate student, Faculty of Philosophy and Social Sciences, Byelorussian State University, Minsk, Belarus (joint application with Svetlana Kareseva)
Theme: “Religiosity of the Byelorussians: Peculiarities and Prospects for Social Influence”

Ivan Zabaev, Candidate of Sociological Sciences, Senior lecturer, Chair of the Philosophy of Religion and Religious Aspects of Culture, St. Tiknon’s Orthodox Humanitarian University, Moscow, Russia
Theme: “Orthodoxy in Russia Today: Religion’s Publicity Without Privacy”

Svetlana Karaseva, Candidate of Philosophy, associate professor, Chair of the Philosophy of Culture, Faculty of Philosophy and Social Sciences, Byelorussian State University (joint application with Anastasia Domanskaya)
Theme: “Religiosity of the Byelorussians: Peculiarities and Prospects for Social Influence”

Oleg Kiselev, Candidate of Philosophy, academic secretary, Institute of Philosophy, Ukraine’s National Academy of Sciences; associate professor, Chair of Culturology, Institute of Philosophical Education and Science, Dragomanov National Pedagogical University, Kiev, Ukraine
Theme: “Religion in Ukraine’s Public Sphere: Mainstream or Marginality?”

Prof. Svetlana Konacheva, PhD, Chair of Modern Problems of Philosophy, Faculty of Philosophy, Russian State Humanitarian University, Moscow, Russia
Theme: “Philosophical Dimensions of the Phenomenon of the ‘Post-Secular’ in the Context of Rejection of Objective Ontology”

Dmitry Uzlaner, Candidate of Philosophy, associate professor, Chair of State-Confessions Relations, Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Service; editor-in-chief of “State, Religion, Church Inside and Outside Russia” magazine
Theme: “Peculiarities of the ‘Overlapping Consensus’ in Russia”


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